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Old November 22nd, 2011, 12:02 AM   #521
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:02 AM   #522
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Iran to Equip Navy with New Anti-Ship Missile Systems
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi announced that his ministry will equip the Iranian Army's naval force with newly produced coast-to-sea missile systems in coming days.

Speaking to FNA on Monday, Vahidi said that the missile systems will be delivered to the Navy this week, but declined to reveal any further detail.



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Old November 22nd, 2011, 03:32 AM   #523
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Iran deploys advanced missiles

The rapid-response units of Iran's anti-aircraft system deploy the country's most up-to-date and domestically-built reconnaissance equipment that use various frequency ranges and missiles, says an Iranian military spokesman.


Iran's army carried out “timely and covert” operations against the hypothetical enemy's night attacks in complete radio and telecommunication silence in the latest military drills aimed at maintaining the readiness of a nationwide radar network, Fars news agency reported on Monday.

Spokesman for the four-day military exercises Colonel Abolfazl Sepehri said that the units disrupted the navigational systems of the hypothetical enemies' flying objects and succeeded in foiling imaginary enemy measures.

The rapid-response units have the capability to conduct any operation independently and act against the enemy's navigational threats through modern military techniques.

The latest operations come in the final phase of the drills that started in the eastern part of the country, and are aimed at heightening the level of preparedness against possible threats to the Islamic homeland's airspace.

The Thamen al-Hojaj war games began late on November 18 in Iran's eastern regions covering some 800 thousand square kilometers (500 thousand miles).

A large number of combat, intelligence and operational divisions of the country's armed forces in addition to numerous defense units participated in the latest military maneuvers.

Iran has repeatedly assured that its military might poses no threat to other countries, saying its defense doctrine is based on deterrence.

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Old November 22nd, 2011, 05:13 AM   #524
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god damnit thats not scientific
its military
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 05:40 AM   #525
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could u open a military forum or someone else?
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:35 PM   #526
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Man if you want just create it yourself, nothing hinders you lol. It's needed tbh
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Old November 26th, 2011, 11:26 AM   #527
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Iran to launch Tolou and Fajr satellites to space


QOM - Director of Iran’s aerospace development center announced on Thursday that Tolou (sunrise) and Fajr (dawn) satellites will be sent to space in the future months.

Abbas Ebrahimi said Fajr satellite will be launched during the current Iranian year (which ends on March 19, 2012) aboard the Safir satellite launcher.


Fajr satellite will carry out remote sensing and topography missions.


Ebrahimi went on to say that Tolou satellite will probably be launched by the Simorgh (phoenix) satellite carrier.


Tolou will be ready for launch in June 2012 and it will travel in an orbit of 500 kilometers above from the earth’s equator, he explained.


He added it can stay in space for longer time and its fuel system has also been improved.


Ebrahimi also said the Islamic Republic plans to build satellites with higher efficiencies.


Rasad (observation) and Omid (hope) satellites accomplished their missions successfully, he stated.


Rasad was designed to carry out topography missions and produce high resolution maps.


Director of Iran’s aerospace development center said light weight was the most important characteristic of Rasad.


Rasad’s mission was establishing contact with Earth stations, obtaining orders from those stations, image taking from the Earth and dispatching those images along with telemetry information back to the Earth stations.


Omid satellite stayed in the space for 50 days and its mission was to receive a signal and send a signal which was done in 2 days, he explained.

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Old November 26th, 2011, 11:28 AM   #528
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pic of the Fajr (right)


and Tolu (centre)
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Old November 26th, 2011, 10:48 PM   #529
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Iran's surgical society


From the second to the fourth of November Iran held its sixth Annual general surgery conference in Tehran.



More than 1500 surgeons from radiologists, gynecologists, and hematologists to pediatricians took part to swap ideas and share their latest discoveries.


Iran is a country with a long history in the field of medicine. And in modern times, Iranian doctors continue to contribute to modern methods.


In this edition of the show we will be looking at Iran's surgical society, its achievements and challenges.

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Old November 26th, 2011, 10:49 PM   #530
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Some people constantly repeat American propaganda that medicine and medical equipment are exempt from sanctions. Here the Iranian doctors say this is NOT true! They are subjected to sanctions as well! It just shows how evil America is.
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Old November 26th, 2011, 11:29 PM   #531
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but our medicine technology seems to be very advanced. they say patients from neighboring countries and Persian gulf are coming for our health care.
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Old November 27th, 2011, 11:04 AM   #532
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I am working in the hospital tomorrow and will get the facts on the ground regarding medicine. Then we will find out the truth from the horses mouth regarding that, could it really be like that sure not?
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Old November 29th, 2011, 02:54 AM   #533
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 11:08 AM   #534
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Iranian Invents Machine to Keep Brain-Dead Donors' Hearts Alive for 2 Months
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian inventor, Abolfazl Elyasi Irayi, has invented a machine which can keep alive the heart of a brain-dead patient for two months before it is transplanted into the body of a recipient.

"In the world, the heart of a brain-dead patient could be kept alive for transplantation just for 72 hours but in this invention we can transplant the heart of the brain-dead patient into this machine and it can keep the heart alive for two months for re-transplantation," Elyasi Irayi told FNA on Saturday.

He said that the machine had earlier won international acclaim, including a third-place prize at the International Inventions Exhibition and Competitions in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2009.

Iranian physicians and surgeons have made good progress and achievements in the transplantation of different organs of bodies.

Iranian surgeons for the first time in the country in 2010 carried out multi-organ transplantation.

During the 10-hour operation carried out in Namazi Hospital in Iran's Southern city of Shiraz, the surgeons successfully performed first multi-organ transplantation in a 31-year-old man suffering from cancer.

"Multi-organ transplantation is only performed in six centers across the world," the head of the organ transplantation department of Namazi Hospital Seyed Ali Malek Hosseini said after the breakthrough surgery last year.

Malek Hosseini added that surgeons have succeeded in transplanting the intestine, stomach, duodenum, pancreas, and spleen of a brain-dead donor into the body of the young man.

Also, in spring 2009, Iranian surgeons for the first time in the world transplanted a patient's heart and her two lungs simultaneously in a Tehran hospital.

"Doing such a transplant was a medical wish. Simultaneous surgeries, maintaining anesthesia and high post-operation bleeding all make this surgery very cumbersome, but this long-awaited wish eventually came true in the Masih Daneshvari Hospital, "Ali Akbar Velayati, the hospital president, said at the time.

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Old December 3rd, 2011, 03:55 PM   #535
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Old December 4th, 2011, 09:44 PM   #536
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Iran to Send New Living Creatures into Space
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian scientists plan to send a second biocapsule of living creatures, probably mice, into the space, an academic revealed on Sunday without giving any specific date for the launch.



"The plan for sending living creature into space was approved and it is waiting for a final approval," Mansour Kabkanian, a professor at Tehran's Amirkabir University, said on Sunday.

"After the final approval, the plan for sending living creatures into space will be implemented," he said, adding that the country plans to send the living creatures to the altitude of 300km below the 70 degrees orbit.

Kabkanian also mentioned that Iranian scientists have proposed sending mice into space since they are stronger and more resistant than other mammals.

Also earlier this year, Head of Iran's Space Agency renewed his promise that Iran would send a live monkey into space.

"One cannot give a set date for this project and as soon as our nation's scientists announce the readiness (of the project) it will be announced," said Hamid Fazeli in October.

Fazeli had said in mid-June that Iran plans to launch a Kavoshgar-5 rocket with a 285-kilogram capsule carrying a monkey to an altitude of 120 kilometers (74 miles)."

"Our scientists are exerting continuous efforts on this project... our colleagues are busy with empirical studies and sub-system testing of this project so it is a success," he said.

In mid-March, Iran's space organization announced the launch of the Kavoshgar-4 rocket carrying a test capsule designed to house the monkey.

The capsule had been unveiled in February by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, along with four new prototypes of home-built satellites the country hopes to launch before March 2012.

At the time, Fazeli called the launch of a large animal into space as the first step towards sending a man into space, which Tehran says is scheduled for 2020.

Iran has already sent small animals into space - a rat, turtles and worms - aboard a capsule carried by its Kavoshgar-3 rocket in 2010.

The Islamic republic, which first put a satellite into orbit in 2009, has outlined an ambitious space program and has, thus far, made giant progress in the field despite western sanctions and pressures against its advancement.

Iran announced in February that it planned to unveil and send two recently-built satellites into space in the near future.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced in 2010 that Iran plans to send astronauts into space in 2024. But, later he said that the issue had gone under a second study at a cabinet meeting and that the cabinet had decided to implement the plan in 2019, five years earlier than the date envisaged in the original plan.

Omid (hope) was Iran's first research satellite that was designed for gathering information and testing equipment. After orbiting for three months, Omid successfully completed its mission without any problem. It completed more than 700 orbits over seven weeks and reentered the Earth's atmosphere on April 25, 2009.

After launching Omid, Tehran unveiled three new satellites called Tolou, Mesbah II and Navid, respectively. Iran has also unveiled its latest achievements in designing and producing satellite carriers very recently.

A new generation of home-made satellites and a new satellite carrier called Simorgh (Phoenix) were among the latest achievements unveiled by Iran's aerospace industries.

The milk-bottle shaped rocket is equipped to carry a 60-kilogram (132-pound) satellite 500 kilometers (310 miles) into orbit.

The 27-meter (90 foot) tall multi-stage rocket weighs 85 tons and its liquid fuel propulsion system has a thrust of up to 143 tons.

Iran is one of the 24 founding members of the United Nations' Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS), which was set up in 1959.


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Iran to orbit 3 domestic satellites soon

Head of Iran Space Agency (ISA) Hamid Fazeli has announced the country's plan for the upcoming launch into space of three domestically-built satellites.


The satellites, Kavoshgar 5 (Explorer 5), Fajr (Dawn) and Navid (Herald), will blast into space soon, Fazeli told reporters on Wednesday without giving further details.

He lauded Iran's space achievements and pointed out that the Islamic Republic stands among the eight countries that have obtained the technology to design, produce and send satellites into space, IRNA reported.

Fazeli further noted that the ISA has made great achievements in the field of modern space technology.

Equipped with hi-res imaging gear, the Fajr satellite can stay in space for a year and a half while transmitting pictures to stations on Earth. It is also fitted with a domestically-made GPS navigation system.

Kavoshgar 5, which weighs 285-kg, has a structural built similar to the Omid (Hope) satellite- - Iran's first domestically-produced satellite launched into orbit in 2009.

The Omid data-processing satellite was designed to circle the Earth 15 times per day and to transmit data via two frequency bands and eight antennas to an Iranian space station.

The Navid satellite, completely designed and built by Iranian experts, weighs 50 kilograms and can take pictures in low altitudes of about 250 to 375 kilometers from the earth.

On June 20, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Iran had obtained the technology to develop different satellites and would soon launch giant satellites that would be placed in circular orbits at an altitude of nearly 35,000 kilometers (21,748 miles) over the Earth.

In February, the Iranian chief executive unveiled Kavoshgar 4 (Explorer 4) and three other national satellites-- Fajr (Dawn), Rasad (Observation), Amirkabir I, Zafar (Victory) and the Kavoshgar 4 (Explorer 4) satellite carrier.

Iran is one of the 24 founding members of the United Nations' Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, which was set up in 1959.

Tehran also plans to launch the country's first manned mission to space by 2019.

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17th ELECOMP Exhibition kicks off in Tehran

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A huge IT Trade Fair in Tehran. 17th International Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce Trade Fair, Iran Elecomp 2011, has kicked off in Tehran. Close to six hundred Iranian and foreign companies showcased their latest products and innovations in this area.


Profile of exhibit included but was not limited to computer components, copying machines, digital cameras, digital media storage devices, graphic work-stations, modems, games, PCs, hard-drives, printers, scanners, wifi technology, satellite services and so on. Some businessmen are here to evaluate other companies and products.

People that had attended last year made a comparison.

Iran has been awarded the UNESCO special certificate in 1995 for providing telecommunication services to rural areas. According to Pyramid Research, Iran's IT industry is expected to grow to 12.9 billion dollars in 2014.
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Iran holds the 12th research & technology exhibition

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From machines and gadgets to scientific achievements; All on display in the 12th research and technology exhibition in Tehran.
The event has brought together inventors, industrial researchers and producers to showcase their latest technological products, including this hybrid car, which has been produced by a group of Iranian students.
According to a report released by the US National Science Foundation in 2010, Iran has the world's highest growth rate in Science & Engineering article output with an annual growth rate of 25.7%.
Furthermore, Iran considers scientific backwardness, as one of the root causes of political and military bullying by developed countries over other states.
Iran's achievements in technological field came as Iran has been under sanctions for three decades. Iran has made great strides in different sectors; for example in aerospace Iran sent its second satellite into space last June, while in nuclear science, it is among a handful of countries which enrich uranium under the supervision of the IAEA.
"The scientific sanctions, which are in place against Iran since the victory of the Islamic revolution, aim at hindering Iran's scientific progress, but despite all the obstacles Iranian scientists and youths have managed to reach great technological achievements."
The Comprehensive Scientific Plan of Iran has been devised based on about 51,000 pages of documents and includes 224 scientific projects which must be implemented by the year 2025. The final aim is to reach self-sufficiency in scientific fields.
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